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Clothes pin craft. Could be cute idea for you guys to use at xmas @Megan Oates @Stephanie Heil @Ashley Grinchis. Hang up twine then use these decorated as reindeer, santa, gifts, or trees to hang stockings.

ANT TABLECLOTH CLIPS: Solve a classic picnic dilemma, a blowing tablecloth, with these ant buddies. Paint clothespins black. Thread a 4-inch-long black chenille stems through two holes of a large black button. Glue googly eyes just below the antennae. Next, cut three 3-inch pieces of black stems for each ant. Thread all three through the spring hole in each clothespin and adjust to form the legs. Glue the face and two more black buttons to the top of each clothespin.

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I have learned to use clothes pins for everything. Why I never thought of doing this is silly. I deffinately going to do this one. ;)

Fabric dyed and decoupaged clothespins, probably not for clothes anymore incase they leech... maybe for a crafty memo board

DIY Kid's Clothepin Crafts.... Would be great for "slippery fish" being eaten by the octopus, etc.

Clothespins dipped in paint to create a stamped pattern using clothespins found at the dollar store! Inexpensive and perfect for a laundry room!

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Clothespins with pushpins attached to the back. Great for bulletin boards. Then cover with scrapbook paper and Modpodge!